Births, May 30, 2010


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Genesis BirthCenter, Davenport

Constantino,
Kelli, Davenport; boy, Wednesday, May 26.

Ferrell,
Tamika and Marcus, Davenport; boy, Thursday, May 27.

Jacks,
Tamera and Jeff, Davenport; girl, Thursday, May 27.

Manley,
Arriona, Rock Island; twin girls, Monday, April 26.

Meyer,
Maria, Davenport; girl, Thursday, May 27.

Quinn,
Angela and Greg, Eldridge; girl, Thursday, May 27.

Thomas,
Jenelle, and Havill, Chad, Davenport; boy, Saturday, May 22.

Wiklund,
Tina and Peter, Davenport; boy, Thursday, May 27.

Trinity Moline

Abdi,
Adey and Fatah, Abdi, Moline; girl, Thursday, May 27.

Baldwin, Emily and Todd, Aledo; girl, Monday, May 24.

Boyer, Diana and Quentin, Moline; girl, Wednesday, May 26.

Brooks, Erin and Tony, Port Byron; girl, Tuesday, May 25.

Gordon, Sarah and Versluis, Aaron, Moline; girl, Wednesday, May 26.

Huber, Amy and Davis, Ryan, Rock Island; boy, Monday, May 24.

Kean, Jennifer and Douglas, Rock Island; girl, Wednesday, May 26.

Palomo, Sarah and Patrick, East Moline; boy, Wednesday, May 26.

Shearer, Jeanne and Jay, Davenport; boy, Tuesday, May 25.

Walker, Jacqueline and Zackary, Alpha; boy, Tuesday, May 25.






















 




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